“Absolutely loving this” - Gemma Bradley (BBC Radio 1)
“lyricist of the week… outstanding” - Tom Robinson (BBC Radio 6 Music)
“It’s got the drama, got the dynamics…it’s a big tune” - Phil Taggart’s Slacker Podcast
“Brodie’s got his own edge…really inspiring” - Emily Pilbeam (BBC Introducing)
“A powerful debut…feels dramatic, yet somehow peaceful” - (Reyt Good Music)
“Vital music with an important message” - Charlie Ashcroft (Amazing Radio)
“Beautifully arranged…fabulous” - Come Here Floyd
“Absorbing and arresting” - Right Chord Music
Brodie Milner wears his songs like an ill fitted suit. Combining intelligent lyricism with intricate melodies, his music feels nuanced, evocative, and a bit too sad for a summer's party. Listeners can expect to hear influences from the likes of Ben Howard, Big Thief, Fontaines D.C, Bob Dylan, and some novelists you’ve probably heard of.
Brodie’s music has been championed by the likes Gemma Bradley (BBC Radio 1), Steve Lamacq and Tom Robinson (BBC Radio 6), Phil Taggart (formerly BBC Radio 1), and Shell Zenner, Charlie Ashcroft, and Frankie Francis (Amazing Radio UK/USA), as well as broadcast widely across grassroots, regional, and international radio (ByteFM, Boogaloo Radio, OMG staffs, and more).
Gigs to date include support slots with BC Camplight, Katy J Pearson, and Seafret, alongside festival appearances at Live at Leeds, Humber Street Sesh, and Tramlines.